News Herald from Perkasie, Pennsylvania on October 30, 1947 · 12
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ell'Perk, Wave Lose; Greenjackets yHome Friday TWIN mwM fX A VJ SPORTS By JIM HACKETT h hunting season, small game that is, two days away,, if the lime or have come, it might be of tremendous interest to consider r killing question for the small game days are a prelude to the ne quests. . . . Arguments have flared on the most vulnerable kill a deer, how far he was shot, etc. Now JOHN S. ROSE, ation expert for the National Rifle Association comes up with Lite of a six month nation-wide survey. He contends the neck by far the most deadly. GUIEKUI1SI ELEVEN SHOWS SPIRIT, SPUNK IN 9-7 DRAKE Fargo Scores Early On Powerful Drive. Jenkintown Retaliates In Final Period. Play Lansdale On Friday. LOSS -V. .- . . . In tao itfrdphic draaine. r th tiftntJaJ taata brought- out by tha- I. daar Aiti I 1 ,nrvey lha buck on the talt itluatrataa the advantage IJitlMdl ahot. bote that a near llfrina bit milt u ther kit! or produca. aan miaa. Cutlet, that utrika back along tba nnir-ai'a body- bacut of I' reaajaiatad tatid still land in tha deadly toina ton, Gonnar tbia wif bamrt ahot on tha tinht. with it, potantial ttiaa tor cjjmiif lea abajt-a tUndaairabla -hi t a in the gut i his article in tlie October "American Rifleman" he unqualifiedly Jail hunters to aim for the neck. He proves that if your lead is nd you miss the neck, you most likely will hit the deer in the Thus you have a hot at the TWO most deadly spots. He asserts the hunter who aims for the neck, regardless of considerations of manship and humane killing, and putting the whole thing on a getting plane, will have the better chaace of bringing home his than the adherent of the time-honored heart aiming point. 225 325 Coach Hen- Gutekunst, wearing a smile broader than a Texan's five gallon sombrero, frowns slightly when the' mention of Lansdale is made, fc.r his kids run smack into the supercharged Maroon tomorrow night at Lansdale. Ken Poust was .a teammate of Gute'nunst at Muhlenberg but the former Mule guard will forget past associations tomorrow. After the Maroon played a (beautifully defensive game against the Terrific 'A.tYlKln. 1 L 1. 11.- wwuvicL -iiiujauEi lust, ween, me 1 word, is out that Lansdale can beat Springfield one week hence. With this in mind Poust will turn his ace backs, Tommy Pavlick, Frank Nicolino, and Dick Davis loose to prime them for Gockley. In the scheduling it seems Sell-Perk caught clubs before crucial games and bore the bnjnt of the primping. Springfield ran rough- snoa prior to the Ambler tussle. I. LJ I. I T 1 1.1 H IraiW ( L : j- y v f L so ; L L a lr I I I 111 o 'Driven to unprecedented heights under the impetus of a severe dressing room blasting, Sellers-ville-Perkasie's -hicrh snhnnl foot. ball team roared out to rose a 9-7 decision to Jenkintown. For roar they did in a thundering offensive display following the kickoff. But unfortunately the spirit of the pre-game lashing wilted and tee Blue and Gray settled back in a leth argy to see Jenkintown march off with the victory in the closing minutes. ' Taking the Jenkintown kickoff on the Sell-Perk 25, the Consoli-daters were invincible as Eric Fargo and Jim Hosgood bounced Drakes off their hips and one was filled with the opinion of the paradox. For here were two boys one could liken to the Drake with his feathers ruffled, nonchalantly wad dling in the rain, unperturbed, only interested in tne proolem at hand, .Ana mere was not much or a problem for Eric and Hosgood ran on "five successive first downs to the Jenkintown three yard line, first and gqal. Jenkintown, up to this point, was using a o-i-Z de-fense andHhe'Sell-Perk kids took advantage of the serve-like opportunity in the line. From the three on three running plays the ball was moved to the one foot line and on fourth down, Eric Fargo sneaked over frotrt his quarterback slot. Jack Wuerstle passed to Eddie Schoeh for the ex tra point and SelHrerk emoyed a 7-0 bulge. In the second quarter, with Sell-Perk in possession of the ball deep in their, own territory, the ball from center sailed unharmed and majestically against the goal posts, giving Jenkintown a safety and two .points, later to be the margin of victory. For in the fourth period: the Sell-Perk gladiators finally suc cumbed after leaving their hearts all over the griddle. Bob Nichols paced the Drakes in the wanning march. Nick got off three runs of better than 10 yards to place the porkhide on the BP 11. He proceeded to score from there and give the nod to the fugnfieiu eleven. Sell-Perk Worthington J. Smith LE LT Jenkintown . . . . Mueller Pular J. Boyar LG Fnrlong- 'Kiittenhouse ... J Kegan Kpoerl Ki o. Ualetti Reed RT Crarnpton Wuerstle ...... RE : Kreitler Fargo QB Nicholas Schock LHB ...... McICeon S. Smith RHB . . DiValentino Mosgood FB .. G. iMoCurdy Sell-Perk ........ 7 0 0 07. Jenkintown 0 2 0 79 Sell-Perk scoring Touchdown: rargo; point after touchdown Scock (pass). Jenkintown scoring Touchdown: McKeon; point af ter touchdown: Mueller; safety, iHosgood. Substitutions, bell-erk: Pritchard. Troutman, Loux. Ref eree, Derk; umpire, Schulze; head linesman, Lawson. Pinned down' jf 1 Still going; ng mrrmu. f ruttrd ( M mxi Villi X V ft 4lfnc t 44 hit Im mA W t ft mhich fiJ r: t Jtop .'-.l thtf Atf run tfitT nva -.;:bly me question r iar away me aeer iowr. .i f tell .siorirn of having the creature Other? te.i f Uk miracutous blows. But the acroH'nj; Ho U H) yards. . . But in the e sh s aro Inn 'in- o th mountainous terrain Of -th i-ni f, : . WhAT'S THE RANGE?- S k r -n PC m 50 yards " V i tt.,1,4 ! MUM IIJ Ill !! ft N 1 tttlmtM , It) i ( ffc M( BOWLING AMALGAMATED Lutz and Specht surprised themselves and Beidlers and Crouthamels in the Amalgamated Bowling League on Friday night. Norm Hafler rammed out a 6T1. Bee weidemoyer spanked the maples for 562, while Ab Mitman rolled 508 in the Lutz rout. Paul Schoelknpf tried to hold his mates tn with 524 but to no ava.l. In a low scoring match Willard wememoyer paced the winning opecnis nve with 4u. The scores: Croulhamels (0) D. Fitzgerald 327: E. Mover. 42:t: J. Orr. 472: W. Glassmeyer, 436; KvGlassmey-er, 455; F. Delikat, 3!6. Game scores: 719, 715, 74& ToUl, 2182. ' Spchu (4) W. Weidemoyer, 470; H. Spanninger, 437; J. Balco. 382; B. Carl, 443; Spanninger (2), 25; P. Griffo (.1); 171; H. Weidemoyer, 408. Game scores: 735, 740, 783. Total, 2264. Utz (4) G. Roman 01), 131; F. -Schwager (2), 284; N. Hafler, 571; Ii. Michener (1), 147; M. Michener (2), 285; C. Yerk, 442; B. Weidemoyer, 562; A. Mitman, 608. Game scores: 82!, 810, !):)5. lotal, 5J574- Beidlem (0)-J. Taylor, 379; E. Hendricks (1), 147; 1 Helverson, 414; J. Buzdygon, 492; J. Felds, 314; P. Schcwlknpf, 524. Game jwnres: 789, 686, 747. Total, 2222. 771. 72. Total, 2261. Robins (3)0. Kelly, 459;, B Hndricks, 434;. K. Beck, 438; fit. Sahuster, 436; R. Graver, 522; J, Lichtfuss, 494. Game scores: 766, 777, 844, Total, 2386. Owls (1) D. Reiff, 566: T. Marklev. 454; F. H inkle, 398: M Zimmerman (1), 111; B. Wampole iZU U. ShaUy (11, 16: X Weidemoyer (2),. 283;. M.-Pew- packer, 480. Game scores: 838, 7'28, 787. Total, 2353. Sparrows (2V R. Lewis Jr., 474; Rex Hager, 458; Nungesser (11, 144; C. Graver (2), 212; Pari si, 472; B. Gerhart, 489; Petrie, 502; Game scores: .25, 744, 826. Total, 2395. .HATFIELD MAJORS A and L Market curve-balled their way to two points over the 'Main Hotel in a Hatfield Major match this past week. Long Ray Anglemoyer paced the winners with a 640 triple as he posted 206, 222, 212. The scores: Main Hotel (1) Schwager, 549; Weidner, 600; Shisler, 648; Burd-sall, 526; Schrauger, 691. Game scores: 883, 94L 890. Total, 2714. A and L (2) Bergey, 603; Sol-liday, 627; Moll, 586; Crouthamel, 580; Anglemoyer, 640. Game scores: 83, 971, 1029. Total, 2836. J". X w f S. - P. Stick ' Swingers - , . i 1 'I 5 ' l i ': i' -.-J Coach Ethel Stout's 1947 Blue and Gray hockey girls have shown a decided improvement over last year. Left to right: Joan Rosenberger, Gerry Fox, Mae Frank, Glenna Jackson, Lorraine Weigner, Virginia Mayes, Marilyn DetweilerM Ort hy g Kramer (Capt.),' Marilyn Parker,' Shirley Weber Betty Benner, Gertie Alderfer,' Dolores Pfeffeij , Victpria Searles, Diane Crouthamel.' i Photo by Martin-Miller HiiNibi PlayAt- ;:; ; Sell-Perk Tomorrow ' ,' in spite, of the discrepancy of positioiv in the standings of the Big Six Football Conference, Sell-:ersi)le4'erkaie Greenjackets con-.fidently fase tha- invasion, of Bin iNihs Suudertan tomorrow, night on the floodlighted S-P field. . For on ' Friday evening coach Charley IRomanoski leads his ball club .ipto the domain ,of many pre- vious triimph when he starred for the 'jackets. Coach Les Zetty, who is recetvinjr helfe from Gordon Taylor Greeme ace of former 'years, is confident that his boys-have plenty of football left m ihem. The spirit derived from tha keen competition always prevalent between teams of Suderton and ' Sell-Perk assures them of AeULng a squad on Friday that will be determined. . ... . j , His (Nibs rest in second place but on .point to the rear- o paeeset-ting- Lansdale Hawks.- Nothing would please Mie- Twin Towners hettes than to register theie first victory ol the season over a talented and touted foe such as the Nibs. Plantation Minstrels'V Howling Glen Success A pleasure bent crowd of 1079 persons jammed the Sooderton high school auditorium on Satur day night to witness the showing of the minstrels, sponsored and arranged by the Blooming Glen Athletic Association. And the crowd found what they came -for, mirth, fun and hilarity. rrhw money derived from the minstrels will be used to defray the cost of erecting lights on the Blooming Glen playground- for softbal. Plans for the- mazadas is in the advanced stage as the towering poles are already erected. Ambler Honors Ace Hospitalized Back Robert Lindsley. ace blockimr back of the Ambler High School ioouDaii team, wno nas oeen a patient at Abington Hospital since he was seriously injured' in fte Am'bler-Jenkintown' game, October i i, was "guest oi honor at a edside party", Saturday afternoon, when the entire Trojan squad presented him with the ball that was used during tha Ambier-Lansdale contest, Friday night. The ball, symbolic of Ambler's 6-0 win over Lansdale, had been autographed by every member of the squad, as well as the managers and the coaches. In addition, Lindsley was presented with a wrist watch, which was purchased through contributions from the members of the team. - Lindsley, generally regarded as one of th linest blockimr backs in recent Ambler football history. suffered internal injuries during the Amhler-Jenkintown game. Now off the "serious" list at the hospital, he probably will be released within the next two weeks, but will be unable to engage in further gridiron competition, this season. AMBLER EDGES ULE 6-0 MILLER Ambler squeezed through to a close 6-0 victory over Lansdale on Friday night and removed the last serious threat in the eyes of the experts for another unbeaten season and sole possession of the Bux- Mont crown lor two successive years. , - Again it'was Jinks iMundell, the same flash who will show his wares at the Consolidated grid on Friday night a week, who. set the pace. In the first period Mundell streaked for 63 yards to the Lans dale 23 where Frank Nicolino pushed him out of bounds. After a four yard plunge Mundell took off f fom his own 19, cut through right tackle, whirled to left,-whizzed into the open, faked the safety man out of his shoes, and was away for the touchdown. Doylestownt ' won their second cam i in tha- Bux-Mont when the Sea tens dropped Hatboro J3-0. But the win proved costly for Captain Bob Smith was immobilized with a broken collarbone, an injury that will sideline Aim for the remainder of the year. With" the Thanksgiving Day 'Lansdale game staring them in the face, the Smith loss leaves no joy in the Bucks County seat. ' Quakertown marched- td their fourth triumph and one of the most successful seasons in years when Souderton fell 19-12. Coach Joe Musso started the year with a surprise 14-12 victory over Jenkintown then shunted to this remark able resort. With fcpnngtield and Ambler in the why. onor to the Thanksgiving Day game, Musso is deep-browed in spite of' brilliant ledger. warren tiockley's bprmgneiu BOYLESTOWN VETS REGISTER 25-0 II OVER GREEIJ; HIB5 HEBE Neal Buckman Unlimbert Pitching Arm For Vets, Throws 51 .Yard Aerial: Highflying His, Nibbers Next. A and L Market took over the leadership of the Hatfield Major league on Tuesday night. Tritzels were dropped for two points, largely through the one-man stand of Franny Bergey who rolled 639, a final 279 boosting him into the bowling clouds. The scores: Tritxeln (1) Weierman, 574; Fogel. fctt: Roth, 5H2; Carver, 542: Knipe, 6.'!2. Game scores: 854, 956, 903. Total, 27i:i. A and L (2) Bergey, 639; Sol-liday, 543; Moll, 549; Crouthamel, 561; Anglemoyer, 545. Game scores: 879, 885, 1073. Total, 2837. U. S. 'GAUGE Vacuum routed iHydraalic for three points on Tuesday night in the U. S. Gauge league over the Menlo alleys. In the other match Pressure oozed out two digits from Temperature. Temperature (1) Codshall,442; Putcha, 468; Freti, 379; Treffin-ger, 397; Weeks, 618; Seachrist, 483. Game scores L 763, 768, 794. Total, 2325.. Pressure (2) Benner. 560: Bed ford, 471; Alderfer, 464; Hilmer, 4S8; rTedenclt, 4B&. dame scores: 837, 804, 766. Total, 2407. Hydraulic (O)-Jt Barbour. 521; P. Petku, 408; W. Anglemoyer, 453; B. Hendricks, 404; Atkinson, 4. Gama scores: 706, 702, 813 Total, 2221. Vacuum (3) W. Detwiler, 620; B. Stun. 466: F. Metzler. 420; H Erb. 51; R. Detweiler (2), 124i I-'. Aliff (2), 283; N. C. Tox, 479. Game scoreR: 791, 815, 27. Total, 2433. I in to the above? All of us, whether we go for wi with the glamour nf bagging a buck and actuality or not. It was interesting at least -END GAMES ' k ..l uy Uie margin -2 points last week but they fare a morr torrid IiicidinUlly. it was man- mention the two point the "lhir gin-aw were luderlon did not rome ith ii'f .il-i ii ,l unset, n thiil lli' iK ' ' ' ion" hen g'- 'Hl. -iv 14; IVrt. T. Sjnnt lie scoring drought and Inking an aerial ofTcn- i fini i rouKh moving le li 1.1. Lnnri.ile 7. Our wwk. Tl.if- iosn will ud Ted Williams but ook at this game too n will be no dropped open Stttuiday. Clyde Souderton 7; Vpper Moreland 0. The Indians munt win a game, this ran't happen forever to a swelle-gant guy like Frank Ford. Jenkintown 14; ,PolMown 6. Here is another upt. Captain Smilty suffered a broken bone and with it goes a great Seater team. Ambler 26; Qiiakertown . Some will dixagree. That in what makes horse racing but from whers we sit, the horse will run and they will all carry the colors nf the men of Troy. 1 In 14; rerninmen . moving doterminedly. tan somehow have (V Ringer which nuns ou every nv Warriors Face Rochester Pros Tonight After the warminf up jwriod found in a strenuous Atlantic City training trek, plus exhibition games wilo such nuisianaing teams an the Toledo Jeeps, the Philadelphia Warriors go again lninlan, luisenberger Mont ii rerk T. To inaw- lonighl at the Arrna The War-riors were rhmt' nn n 1S46 in the long haid Haskntwil Aiwii-lion of Amenea we. Again .hi-Kulks, the prolirii p int-makei (will pace the W rm' it'ack. Mob .Davies, Vko.de Coot (lenius and net Skwiinfmahur -hi n I'lair lte Ijh d 'the irnlest floorroan to evt Wfntrn U) it, npoen, m at Marl jinn Knuara Caiy I Bartw. 447: II. Imirer, .,r ' !11 ..id tha tnvauers to-JJirlick. 47W; J. Miller, OWUS" I.EAGI E The .Robins made it a clean sweep over the Orioles to register the only 3 points in the Owl Howling league last week. The Vultures, Parrots, and Sparrows all chimed in with two digit triumphs. In winning three the Knbins rolled only 2:'.X6 while the Parrots hit 2193 yet dropped one point. Art 1'ete .etglcr. and timer led the Parrots to their margin. Other hign tnpie men were Jark ladies, 5,11: Hob Alexander. 627: Ed Senior, 504; Make W eidemover, 636; Charlie Petrie, Ti02, and Dave Reiff with The scores: Hawks Itorrell, 445; W. Kramer, 4"!i; I., .sterner, 3W; H Kramer, 4W; W. H. Miller. 464. Game scores: 6:l, 721, 783. Total, 2197. Vullures (2) R. Alexandrr, 527 K. Nuss (1), 140; P. Benner (2) 244; W. C.redirek (2), 330; E. Sen ior, 504; M. Klackwell (2, 269; K. Oettel (2). 271; 1. Weidemoyer 635. (ramp scores:. 804, 87!. 774. Total, 2457. Parrots (2)-f)unlap, 626; Tay lor, 429; E. I!c-.enbeiger, 6: 1 Zeiglev, 544; Wisler, 441; T. H. Weidemoyer. 472. Game scores st i . ;:. 78. Total, 24'.2. , Eales (I) II. Detweiler, 426; Varg i, :H2; 1.. Stover, 41; Myers, 4:i; liadirs, 531 ; Point v. 470. Came w..rf : 856, 74l,'74. fotal, 2363. GAME COMMISSION URGES SAFETY AFIELD. SEASON STARTS ??? Governor Will Issue. Proclamation On Postponed Season. Bags h 1 946 Total Millions In Poundage. Farm-Game Land Open i - .l. I : spuiierea lor ine secomi Biraigm u. week. Upper Moreland gave the Springers the scare of their touch down hungry lives when the Eay-tinski eleven lost 19-13 but held the ball on the Springer nve as time 'ran out on them. Sellersville - Perkasie's soirited. ureen jackets possessed tne Key to the running attack of. the Doyles-town Vets on Sunday but the 1946 champions slammed the aerial door in tne Oreenies' face to float to a 25-0 -Victory. Tha win was the third for the Vets in the Confer ence., and coupled, with their two ties, gives them eight points in the Conference race.. On the' other hand the defeat was tits sixth for the Greemes in eight attempts. A 6-6 tie in the first meeting with the Vets is the tie on the wave record. Earl Fariro. Paul Greisar.. Bobby Gehman, and Fred iHomer made-! their appearance in Sell-Perk livery for the first time this season. These men were given permission to play at a special league meet ing on- Tuesday of last week. But in spit of the bolstering, the league forgot to- outlaw Neal Buck- man's slingshot arm and therein lies the story. For it was Buckman, tha former Haboro high ace, all the way for the- winners. ' Other than his brilliant kicking Be threw four touchdown passes. In the .second period, after the Green ies held the Vets at bay'and scoreless, Buckman faded from his own 26 yard line and hit Chuck Holbert on th.1 Sell-Perk 3 as Hoi- Ibert moved ovjr. Moser converted jffor the only successful shot of the MadDonaia ... RT ....... Corylis Bishop RE c . . . . Unf stead Senior ... QB . . . Schoenkopf VanHouten .. LHB ..... Buckman Wall ........ RHB Fretz Ritchie .... Doylestotwn ' Sell-Perk . y!FB ..... Nagurny 13 . 0 1225 0 0 Doyleetewn scoring: Touchdown,, Holbert, Jtindsay, . hoenkonf, Stridcler; point after touchdown, Moser 1, placement kick. Doylea- town substitutions: Fell, Gram- lich, Kniess, Hoibert, Strickler, Buckner, Bensinger, Kentopp, ' Lindsay, Peterst Fluck, Stadnycki, Knipeh Moser, Fly, Schaeffer. Sell-Park substitutions- Kline,. Stover, Shelly, Gerhart, Allison, Tice, Stockert, Keller, Hilmer, Reese, Gehman, Fargo, Greiser, Homer. Officials: Referee, Emil. N. Y. U.; umpire, Weber, Muhlenberg; head linesman, Stuart, Temple. LANSDALE HAWKS PACES BEG 6 LOOP tLansdale (Hawks remained a-breast of the other clubs in the torrid and tight Big Six Conference race. In a year which has the gridiron gladiators battling more furiouslv than anytime in inde pendent football history, the Hawks are flying high on a ruggedly rough line which yields nothing to anyone. On Saturaay the Flock subdued ferkiomen 14-0 to avenge an earn er 13-13 knot IWith Chauncey Krout going over from the .eight yard line in the opening period, and Junis Fell, opportunist Flock wineman scoring his second touch down in as many weeks, the Hawks were easy victors, fell scooped up an Indian bobble and ran 35 yards for the tally. (Cont. on Page 6 2nd Section) In the same quarter Buckman faded from the S-P forty four and when ha let the leather fly he was on his own 49. The ball traveled a la Sid iLuckman to Carl Lindsay in tha end xone for a Td. Two weeks earlier this Buckman drop kicked a 45 yard field goal, now he had completed a 51 yard aerial for another conierence recoro. In the- fourth period Doyleatown tallied twice again. Bob Schoen kopf took Buckman's toss from, 18 yards out for the first score then reversing the procedure, Schoen- kopf threw a touchdown pass to end iuicic stnciuer lor a a yaru touchdown. Jaunt. Sell-Perk Wuerstle . Parks ... Keller ... Stall .... Simons . . , LE , LT LG . C . RG . .'Doylaatawn . . Kershaw , . Bemringer Janrpo .... Clinton .... Taylor FOOTBALL ROUNDUP Every Friday 5:.5-53f ' II tO On Your Dial i Si i G fi G 6 6 CONFERENCE ' "C Tramai, 'OfmmUaT OfllUUc ' W N A R , NrrUlo.n Whether "May-Be-Day" provides hunting or not on Saturday, a glimpse at statistics on previous year's kills will prove, interesting to the straining hunters. For in 1!46 850,234 licenses were Issued. There -was one fatal accident for every 29,800 llcenae. But more startling was the one non-fatal accident for every 2.'00 licenses. Thus the Game Commis sion urges extreme safety in the hunting conduct this year to slice the tremendous toll. Guns placed in dangerous positions caused 41 of all accidents while falling hunt- tars caused 20. Of some credit to mall game hunters is the fact that 65'- of the accidents were in the use of rifles. last year 124,798 rabbits were bagged for a poundage of 2,668,-If bunnies ran the same as last year, they will weigh one and three quarter pound aj'iece, 212,-3M iihea,ants were bfwght down and the hag weighed in at 2,668,- T.m for an average of 8 and three quarters pound. Rut thin vear denends on everv hunter. Stringent turbine of mali ciousness is urged, respect the standing com, his rinv- above all individual measure must be taken red. rcorng to the com DEER AS BEER SHOULD C 1, 471; F. f jrjer's ata ', 4(K); G.I rr !' na r. 441; h. 7 measure tn mission for this auts fatalities. Thirty-one cooperative farm-game projects are located within the eastern Pennsylvania area, as public minting- lands. As the name Implies the areas have been developed through cooperative efforts on the part of farmers and gam commission. Thev are ooen to hunting under a mutually inspired code of rules. All the areas are posted with signs by the game commission and patrolled by deputy wardens. Alt contain certain portions closed entirely to hunt- ins-. Usually these are in the vicin ity of buildings, livestock and certain refus-a tracts. Co-operative farm-gam protects In Bucks county and area in acres; Kintnersvilleemdale, 867; Quak-ertown - Mil ford Square, 7,121 ; Ottsville-Keller Church, .MO; Newtown - Rtchboro-Wrightstown, 4,760. Stat Gam Lands in southeastern part of Pennsylvania includes 1,701 acre near Krwinna, Uhlerstcwn, Upper Black Eddy nd KintnemviHt; 1,680 acre near IMIVIIItT, UMIUll) p(lll WWII, Si acres near. SUervili and. Trumbauenville, Jiovamber 1 has already- been designed a 'Uv-Ba-Da.y" for Pennsylvania's hunters, with the derision resting with Pluvius sad Governor Put. '. cm Wimldrt mi A DISTRIBUTOR , , KICK STADIER , neeravilb, Pa. fboDM FlaaatWHHiri 2UI B I RD-H UNTERS IEE III YCU3 EC3TS! Whetket you like 'em in Rubber or Leather Velss 6 Fein HAS 'EM . 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